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Science News from Basic Cardiovascular Sciences
2014 Scientific Sessions

Welcome to BCVS 2014 Science News coverage from Las Vegas, NV! This year, BCVS is focusing on Pathways to Cardiovascular Theraputics.

We're marking the 10th anniversary of our annual meeting; thank you for joining us to celebrate this accomplishment as we further expand our reach and relevance.

The Program Co-Chairs for BCVS 2014 review the highlights of this year’s scientific sessions.


MONDAY, JULY 14
  • Exclusive Video: BCVS Council Chair Joshua Hare, MD on what BCVS Scientific Sessions has to offer
  • Exclusive Video: Drug Discovery and Targeting Novel Necrosis Signaling in the Heart, Richard N. Kitsis, MD
  • Exclusive Video and Keynote Lecture: Cancer Stem Cells: Lessons Learned from Glioblastomas, Inder Verma, PhD
  • Presentation: Exercise-based Discovery of Novel Targets in Heart Disease, Anthony Rosenzweig, MD
  • Presentation: Redox Modifications of Proteins Involved in Cardiac Arrhythmogenesis During Reperfusion, Cecilia Mundiña-Weilenmann, PhD
TUESDAY, JULY 15
  • Exclusive Video: BCVS 2014 - Pathways to Cardiovascular Therapeutics, Burns C. Blaxall, PhD
  • Exclusive Video: Genotype-phenotype Interactions in Cardiomyopathy, Elizabeth McNally, MD, PhD
  • Presentation: An Integrative Approach to Sarcomeric Cardiomyopathies: From Computation to Animal Models, Jil Tardiff, MD, PhD
  • Presentation: The Cardiosplenic Axis in Heart Failure, Sumanth Prabhu, MD
  • Presentation: Myocardial Reductive Stress, Ivor J. Benjamin, MD
WEDNESDAY, JULY 16
THURSDAY, JULY 17
  • Presentation: Proteotoxicity and Cardiac Dysfunction, Jeffrey Robbins, PhD
  • Exclusive video: Advances and Lessons Learned From Clinical Trials with Cardiac Stem Cells, Roberto Bolli, MD
  • Exclusive video: What We Learned at BCVS 2014, Burns C. Blaxall, PhD, Ju Chen, PhD, and Joseph Wu, MD, PhD
 


 

Scientific Sessions 2014

Late Breaking Basic Science Submissions July 24-August 18